British Academy Television Award for Best Supporting Actress
The British Academy Television Awards (BAFTA TV Awards), were first presented in 1954. They are the UK equivalent to the Emmy Awards in the United States. From 1954 to 1997, film and television awards were presented at one ceremony. Since 1998, two separate ceremonies have been held.
|British Academy Television Award|
2019 Recipient : Fiona Shaw
|Presented by||British Academy of Film and Television Arts|
|First awarded||2009 (presented 2010)|
|Currently held by||Fiona Shaw for Killing Eve (2019)|
The awards for Best Supporting Actress and Best Supporting Actor were first presented at the 2010 ceremony.
|Record||Actress||Programme||Age (in years)|
|Oldest winner||Gemma Jones||Marvellous||72|
|Oldest nominee||Maggie Smith||Downton Abbey||77|
|Youngest winner||Lauren Socha||Misfits||20|
|Youngest nominee||Eleanor Worthington Cox||The Enfield Haunting||14|
Actresses with multiple wins and nominationsEdit
The following people have been nominated for the British Academy Television Award for Best Supporting Actress multiple times: